Why call Dayton's best tree removal service for your project?
There are many reason's we're Dayton's best tree removal service.
First and foremost we take great care and pride in being extraordinarily safe.
Removing even small trees is no walk in the park and should not be left to fly by night, weekend warrior tree companies. Removing large trees requires not only extensive training and knowledge but also the right equipment. There aren't many companies in the Dayton area who can remove a tree from a landlocked back yard over the house and safely onto the back of one of our trucks. We can do it. Check out the video as proof.
If you require a tree removal and we're fortunate enough to get your call we'll walk you thru exactly how we plan on getting the tree down and off your property. Some trees, if the yard allows, we may fell the whole thing and saw it up on the ground. Sometimes we'll take it apart limb by limb. But more than likely, we'll try to take the whole trunk in one piece as that is the fastest and cleanest way for us to finish the job and allow you to get on with your day.
Curious about the Emerald Ash Borer? There are quite a few hot spots around Dayton. Specifically eastern Montgomery county into northwest Greene county. There's also quite an outbreak in and around the Troy area as well. If you think one of your trees has been stricken by the Emerald Ash Borer, please give us a call and we'll take a look free of charge.
Do you have a pine tree looking unhealthy? It's possible it's been infected by the Pine Shoot Beetle. While these are largely native to Europe, the first known case in the U.S. was actually in Cleveland in the 90's. Since then, it's spread to almost a dozen other states. Containment measures have been put in place and are effective, however it can locally still cause a problem requiring the tree in some cases to be removed.
Regardless of your situation, if you have a tree that needs removed in or around Dayton, please give us a call. We are your tree removal service in Dayton and west central Ohio.